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Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports
An official journal of the American Statistical Association
Editor-in-Chief: Glickman, PhD, Mark
4 Issues per year
CiteScore 2016: 0.44
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) 2015: 0.288
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 2015: 0.358
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- A generative model for predicting outcomes in college basketball by Ruiz, Francisco J. R. and Perez-Cruz, Fernando
- Predicting the draft and career success of tight ends in the National Football League by Mulholland, Jason and Jensen, Shane T.
- Building an NCAA men’s basketball predictive model and quantifying its success by Lopez, Michael J. and Matthews, Gregory J.
- openWAR: An open source system for evaluating overall player performance in major league baseball by Baumer, Benjamin S./ Jensen, Shane T. and Matthews, Gregory J.
- Introduction to the NCAA men’s basketball prediction methods issue by Glickman, Mark E. and Sonas, Jeff
- The implied volatility of a sports game by Polson, Nicholas G. and Stern, Hal S.
- An analytical approach for fantasy football draft and lineup management by Becker, Adrian and Sun, Xu Andy
- A new approach to bracket prediction in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament based on a dual-proportion likelihood by Gupta, Ajay Andrew
- A Starting Point for Analyzing Basketball Statistics by Kubatko, Justin/ Oliver, Dean/ Pelton, Kevin and Rosenbaum, Dan T
- A mixture-of-modelers approach to forecasting NCAA tournament outcomes by Yuan, Lo-Hua/ Liu, Anthony/ Yeh, Alec/ Kaufman, Aaron/ Reece, Andrew/ Bull, Peter/ Franks, Alex/ Wang, Sherrie/ Illushin, Dmitri and Bornn, Luke
- Estimating an NBA player’s impact on his team’s chances of winning by Deshpande, Sameer K. and Jensen, Shane T.
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- Determining the level of ability of football teams by dynamic ratings based on the relative discrepancies in scores between adversaries by Constantinou, Anthony Costa and Fenton, Norman Elliott
- Modeling and prediction of ice hockey match results by Marek, Patrice/ Šedivá, Blanka and Ťoupal, Tomáš
Volume 9, Issue 2 (Jun 2013)
Volume 12 (2016)
Volume 11 (2015)
Volume 10 (2014)
Volume 9 (2013)
Volume 5 (2009)
Volume 1 (2005)
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- Are the official world golf rankings biased?
- The effect of batting during the evening in cricket
- Looking at spacings to assess streakiness
- Around the goal: examining the effect of the first goal on the second goal in soccer using survival analysis methods
- A proposed general rating system for which the Colley Matrix Rating System is a special case
- Ranking rankings: an empirical comparison of the predictive power of sports ranking methods
- Bicycle tours: modeling the perceived exertion of a daily path
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